In the window at Molte Cose and Belle Cose: Russian Hill’s twin vintage-minded shops for men and women brilliantly blend old and new with mysterious little treasures, flirty cocktail dresses, delicate jewelry and even Rat Pack-esque fashion for men. But be forewarned, with interiors as charming as the windows, once you’ve entered, it may be hard to leave.
We’re taken with the you-won’t-see-it-everywhere-else glamour of bridal gowns by Russian Hill designer and Atelier Des Modistes boutique owner Suzanne Hanley, whose one-of-a-kind gowns are constructed of Italian silk satins and shantungs and embellished with vintage French trims and bead work featuring precious and semi-precious stones.
The folks behind the interest-piquing party invites shown here announcing the upcoming RosenMunns + Light Vision Pin Party want you and your indie fashion-minded friends to do two very simple things this Friday night.
Call us crazy, but after nine years in the Bay Area, nothing says signals the sweet arrival of summer quite like a big airy scarf. This one from Anica’s burgeoning capsule collection certainly does the trick.
If you haven’t gotten a chance to visit the new Tedda Hughes boutique in Russian Hill yet, the spring sale starting tomorrow brings an added incentive.